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Night The Review Came To Boston source: 11/21/75
Side one: 

When I paint my masterpiece 
It ain't me, Babe 
Lonesome death of Hattie Carroll 
It takes a lot to laugh 
Romance in Durango 
Side two: 
Blowin'  in the wind 
The water is wide 
Mama you been on my mind 
Dark as a dungeon 
Side three: 
I shall be released 
I don't believe you 
Tangled up in blue 
Oh sister 
Side four: 
One more cup of coffee 
Just like a woman 
Knockin' on heaven's door 
This Land is your Land 
The show was also released as the following: 
Believe what you heard (partial show)
Concert for Sam & Larry
Could you start again please (partial show)
Live in Toronto '75
Night the Revue Came to Boston (partial)
Nothing's like a woman
Sink or Swim
Taste of shotgun
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 LP 1
LP 2
In 1986, German APC Promotions released this package under the Rock Records Label. The idea was to create another collectible title of the Boston show due to the very limited runs of 'Concert for Sam & Larry' from the previous two years. The sleeve is simply a cardboard wrap around, however, it does have a fairly nice b/w photo on the front. Unfortunately, the sound quality on some copies is inferior to that of its benefactor. The labels are the 'Rock Records' logo b/w the 'Raspberry Gramophone' drawing  on LP A/B; and large 'wood print' type gold letters on sides C & D. There are two sets of the LP that are limited to 100 stamped, numbered copies each. One set contains clear vinyl. The other set contains one marble LP that can range in color from maroon to gray; and one translucent LP that can range from blue to green to yellow. There was also a set of multi-colored marble vinyl that was limited to 33 copies.
This is the complete Dylan part of the show from Boston, Nov. 21 1975. The original tape has a great sound. Mostly soundboard. Perhaps this readily available tape was the reason that so many vinyl versions of this show began appearing. 

7 stars      NMP100

Matrix:  RR-6-BD  A/B/C/D


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